You've been going out a lot lately. Exercising has become less and less of a priority. And healthy eating? Well, let's just say that your orange-stained hands have betrayed your nightly affair with a one Mr. Chester Cheetah. It's time to detoxify, and fast! You don't want to look like you're 80 years old you've only just begun to live. One step in the right direction is getting back on the exercise treadmill. In fact, you should start a yoga regimen. But you don't know anything about stretching, and the only poses you've struck are on the dance floor (not a good idea, by the way). Plus, you've heard classes can be expensive, so you're looking to get a significant amount of bang for your $15. That's why you should begin the practice of Bikram, or hot, yoga at the only authorized Bikram yoga joint in the state. Here's what's going to happen: You'll drink a Big Gulp's amount of water before class, you (and your open mind) will step into a 105-degree room, you'll perspire your brains out for the next 90 minutes while going through a series of 26 postures with your fellow students and a well-trained instructor, your body will thank you after you've sweated out a good chunk of interior pollution, and you will repeat. And you won't need to worry about rearranging your life to attend some session that's only offered when there's a full moon this studio schedules three classes every day except Sunday (two classes). And there's almost always a newbie joining the group, so even though the heat is most assuredly on, the pressure's off.